The Beauty of the AirBnb


When you’re a travel nurse, the first thing you want to feel when you start your assignment is like you’re “at home.” It can be really tough finding the right fit or getting settled in terms of where you want to stay. You may have been able to choose the exact city you want to be in, but the most important thing (other than your patients, obviously) is finding your home away from home. And the answer to all your questions my friends, is the Airbnb.

Airbnb’s are some of the most popular means of travel now. Whether you’re going on a weekend getaway, a long vacation, or planting yourself in a new location for work every few months, Airbnb offers you a great stay.

Airbnb, Travel Nurse Housing

How Airbnb Works

Airbnb is a travel website that allows people from all over the world list their homes online as open for guests. This means that you will be moving into an already furnished home or apartment, and you won’t have to go through the pains of hauling all of your own furniture or home décor (no one likes driving a U-haul).

You can preview homes on their website, and chat with hosts before you are required to make a reservation. This allows you full disclosure as to what you’re checking into. But once you are there, it is basically your home away from home. Just remember that you don’t actually own this place and that the idea of “you break it you buy it” is most likely still in effect. Hosts and other travelers can also write reviews about their stays and answer any FAQs to give insight as to how their Airbnb experience went.

Airbnb for Travel Nurses

Whether your assignment lasts 13 weeks or 4 months, you can find your temporary stay with Airbnb or other travel website opportunities. It may be a little more difficult to find than reserving a hotel or apartment, but if you really want that “at-home” feeling, this type of travel website is going to be one of your better options.

It is also important to know what you’re looking for. Before you contact a host or any living space coordinator, make sure you distinguish between wanting a fully furnished apartment, a private space, or studio. Once you’ve settled on your temporary home, the best thing you can do is add some personal touches, and you’re on your way.

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